stock in what? a nissan sentra or honda civic stock is like a 3rd of a fullsize higher trim chevy.
Easy on the blanket statements about full bridge amps. My full bridge is a Chinese board with Korean parts on top. And it bangs and get's as low as any Korean does.Full bridge amps aren’t going to produce much power like a good half bridge will, especially if you have a ported box and you’re playing a wide range of frequencies. The full bridge amps I see, usually, are pretty terrible on wide bandwidth power. What people don’t get is that these amps are cheaper for a reason!
Full bridge amps aren’t usually built in a way that helps with impedance changes you see while playing a sub on music. I just really don’t like the way full bridge amps have come out, but it’s the consumer’s fault, honestly. If you want cheap power, then this is what people will get!
I’m not blaming the OP, but if you really wanna be loud, you gotta get the knowledge in of how these different amp boards and circuit layouts work. Full bridges seem to be made to specifically advertise high power for cheap, but people don’t understand that full power on a full bridge might only happen in a very narrow frequency bandwidth.
Full bridge amps seem not to be able to use the power supply as a damping system, which means they’re way more likely to lose control of the woofer. Half bridge amps can pulsate energy back into both the pos and beg terminals, so the amp can help balance its internals by using your electrical system. I’m to a point where I really don’t like subwoofer full bridge amps and what they’re being used for by the manufacturers. It’s just lowering the quality of everyone’s systems across the board